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Justice"s manual, 1987.
1987 by Butterworths .
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Justices of the Peace Practice Manual CHAPTER 3 –ROLE How Justices of the Peace should perform their role. This guideline enjoins Justices of the Peace to do right to all people, following the laws of the Commonwealth and the Territory, without fear or favour, affection, or ill-will.
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